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. >> reporter: christine romans, cnn, new york. >>> there was a time when too much was barely enough for paula deen, but the queen of southern cooking had to change her ways when she was diagnosed with diabetes. when they tell you that you need your oil changed you got to bring it in. if your tires need to be rotated, you have to get that done as well. jackie, tell me why somebody should bring they're car here to the ford dealership for service instead of any one of those other places out there. they are going to take care of my car because this is where it came from. price is right no problem, they make you feel like you're a family. get a synthetic blend oil change, tire rotation and much more, $29.95 after $10.00 rebate. if you take care of your car your car will take care of you. >>> hello again, i'm fredricks whitfield. you are in the cnn newsroom. a look at our top story right now, all about daytona. nascar driver jimmie johnson takes the win there. johnson won his second praise race in the daytona 500, becoming the tenth driver to win america's greatest race multiple times. we will go l
and tweet the show, and like us on facebook. thanks very much for watching. the news continues next on cnn. >>> i am don lemon and breaking news is that we are awaiting a press conference, a news conference that we expect to start in a moment, that will bring you the information, we will bring it to you as soon as possible and it's the information on the horrific crash. here it is, seconds before the finish line, and then disaster. a rookie racer's car is sent hurdling into the fence, protecting the grandstand, it breaks into flaming pieces and tire and other debris fly through and over the fence. at least 17 fans were injured, one critically. no drivers were hurt. joe carter, cnn po nmpn sports is standing there. let's start with joe. joe, what can you tell us about the injured now? >> well, we are still waiting for an update, date of birth, we know, that like you said, no drivers hurt in this. all 12 drivers were involved in the action and all 12 drivers were checked out at the track hospital. it's standard operating procedure for nascar to have the drivers checked. they were all looked
that helps. that's going to wrap things up. let us know what you think. cnn.com/sanjay and follow me on twitter @drsanjaygupta. >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is "cnn sunday morning." crash and burn -- this was the scene at daytona saturday that injured dozens of spectators and threatened today's race. we'll take you live to the track. >>> it's the final week of pope benedi benedict's reign but it comes with new questions about how he's really stepping down. >>> and it's hollywood's biggest night. we'll talk about who's expected to go home with oscar and who will have to be sleeping alone. ♪ >>> i hope you're having a great sunday so far. i'm susan hendricks in for randi kaye. thanks for starting your morning with us. we start with the latest on oscar pistorius. he isn't the only one in his family accused of killing someone. overnight we learned his brother is charged in the death of another woman. we spoke with carl pistorius' attorney from johannesburg. what did you learn from his attorney? >> reporter: you know, it's another bizarre twist in this oscar pistoriu
will see you next week. 'd . >>> hello i'm fredricka witfield, you're in the cnn news room. and they're off -- america's greatest race, the daytona 500 kicked off about an hour ago as scheduled. the historic start with female driver danica patrick at the head of the pack in pole position nearly upstaged by this harrowing collision on the same track less than 24 hours ago. at least 28 fans were injured when more than a dozen cars crashed on the final curve of the nationwide race. here's how one woman described what happened. >> there was a wreck and i got hit by an engine or a part of an engine and i got a broken leg. >> workers spent hours repairing the fence to insure today's race would go on. >>> today was pope benedict xvi's last public prayer before he retires. thousands gathered in vatican city to hear him speak. the pontiff assured the crowd that although he's retiring, he isn't going to abandon the church, but will dedicate his time to prayer and meditation. now to a scandal surrounding the catholic church, italian media are reporting on allegations of a network of gay priests at the
whitfield. you are in the cnn newsroom. >>> drivers and danica, start your engines. with those words, date tone nah 500 kicked off as scheduled. the historic start with female driver danica patrick in pole position nearly upstaged by this harrowing collision on the same track less than 24 hours ago. at least 28 fans were injured when more than a dozen cars crashed in the final curve of the nationwide race. here's how one woman described what happened. >> there was a wreck and i got by the an engine or a part of an engine and i got a broken leg. >> we will go live to daytona just homes from now where there are fewer than 50 laps to go. >>> all right, in south africa, the older brother of oscar pistorius is also charged in a woman's death. carl pistorius is charged with culpable homicide after an accident involving a motorcycle in 2010. the charges were initially dropped but he now faces a trial at the end of march. prosecutors say carl pistorius had been driving recklessly at the time of the accident. coming up in a few minutes, we will talk about how this could impact oscar pistorius's mur
as defense secretary also on the front burner. cnn political ed tore paul steinhauser has his take on this week's hot issues. >> reporter: hey, fred. it's the biggest story here in washington, those forced spending cuts, which will kick in starting friday if there's no deal between the white house and congress to avert them. so, what do you think about those cut you a majority in two new polls say they should be delayed, including 54% questioning a new bloomberg survey. four in ten say let the cutting begin. the president's pointing fingers at republicans in congress. >> this is not a smart way for us to reduce the deficit. >> reporter: they are faulting mr. obama. who do you think is blamed? nearly half questioned in a "usa today"/pew poll said three in ten say mr. obama would be more at fault. there is a crucial senate hearing this week on gun violence, gun control proposals start making their way through congress in the wake of last year's mass shooting at a connecticut school. according that-to-that same surveys have half stay is more important to control gun ownership, 46% say
it and many others as well. go to cnn.com/fareed where we have a link. now for the last look. what do you do after you're deposed as president of one of the world's most terrorist-infested failed states? if you're ali abdullah saleh of yemen, first you come to the u.s. to recover from old bombing injuries. then back home in yemen, you announce the opening of a museum all about -- yourself. yes, come one, come all to sunny sanaa, to see such priceless museum pieces of large portraits of mr. sala, and quite amazingly, the suit he was wearing during the aforementioned bombing. as well as some shrapnel that was recovered from his body. wow. the curator says the museum is almost ready to open. as soon as they get the lights and air conditioning sorted out. i suppose this is progress of a kind. most dictators would probably keep all the stuff for themselves. the correct answer to our gps challenge question was -- d, king umberto ii was the last king of italy. his reign was just over a month long. it ended in june 1946 after the republic was formed. thanks to all of you for being part of my program
and surprising fashion and that's what earns her spot on "the next list." thanks to cnn's zoraida sambolin. i'm dr. sanjay gupta. thanks for watching, see you next week. >>> an economy poised to soar is now under attack from its own government. i'm ali velshi, this is "your money," your political leaders are punishing themselves for gross inaction and they're doing it the only way they know how, by targeting you. government spending cuts take effect march 1st. what washington has been calling the sequester. a stupid name for a stupid thing. >> these cuts are not smart. they are not fair. they will hurt our economy. they will add hundreds of thousands of americans to the unemployment rolls. this is not an abstraction, people will lose their jobs. >> you've heard the big numbers, $1.2 trillion in cuts over ten years. 85 billion this year. that's 13% cuts to defense, 9% to everything else. >> we're weeks away from the president's sequester. and the president laid out no plan. to eliminate the sequester in a harmful cuts that will come as a result of it. >> the forced budget cuts were created dur
to talk more about this are two cnn experts, and all things beltway and economics. jake tapper and ali velshi. thanks for joining us. you know, you hear francis colin talk. obviously, it's very concerning. ali, let me start with you. what happened to cause this? >> yeah, for once i'm going to use a colloquialism that actually fits. this is a poison pill. the sequester, forced budget cuts were something the government imposed upon itself to say if you don't take action to deal with the deficits and the debt, the consequence is going to be something so bitter that you're not going to want to swallow it. and guess what? this is the bitter. the idea that there are across the board cuts. now, there are many americans who justifiably, sanjay, think that we've got to get our spending under control. the problem with these forced budget cuts is that they are ham-fisted. they are -- they are using a sledgehammer where you need a stiletto. some of the things you described that are going to be cut are not the things that we should be cutting. there are probably other places we can cut. and keep in
-benz financial services. >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, welcome back to "early start weekend." i'm susan hendricks in this morning for randi kaye. you have been watching live coverage of bpope benedict's final angelus. god has called him to climb the mountain. this is the official blessing before he retires on thursday. we'll take you live to vatican city for this historic event. >>> back here in the u.s. now where we're watching the fallout from a fiery wreck in daytona beach, florida. the crash on the last lap of the race sent debris flying into the stands. 28 spectators were injured. want to bring in joe carter live from daytona. joe, any update. are you hearing how the injured fans are doing? >> yes, good morning to you, susan. yes, cnn can confirm that as of 5:30 this morning there were four patients remaining at the halifax medical center the location in daytona beach and three of those four patients do remain in the intensive care unit. one of those icu patients is a male minor. now yesterday joey the speedway president did confirm that 28 people, 28 spectators were hospit
read it and many others, as well. go to cnn.com/fareed where we have a link. >>> now, for the last look. what do you do after you're deposed as president of one of the world's most terrorist infested fail states? well, if you're ali abdullah of yemen, first you come to the u.s. to recover from old bombing injuries and then back home in yemen, you announce the opening of a museum all about yourself. yes, come one, come all to sunny sana to see priceless museum pieces as large portraits, weapons given while in office and the suit he was wearing during the aforementioned bombing and shrapnel that was recovered from his body. wow. the curator says the museum is almost ready to open, as soon as they get the lights and air conditioning sorted out. i suppose this is progress of a kind, most dictators would probably keep all the stuff for themselves. the correct answer to our gps challenge question was "d" king umborto ii was the last king of italy and his reign was rather brief. ended in june of '46 after the republic was formed. thanks to all of you for being part of our program this week. i
in just a few minutes here on cnn. >>> a fierce winter storm is headed right for the northeast. parts of vermont, new hampshire, maine and massachusetts can expect up to 10 inches of snow. and rain will soak most of the east coast from washington, d.c. to the south. boston will get a slushy mix of rain and snow. the city still cleaning up after that big blizzard that hit two weeks ago. >>> next, the deadly silence that surrounds suicide. one family's heartbreaking story. >>> suicide is such a taboo subject. one man found the courage to go public about his older brother's suicide after mindy mccready ended her life. "usa today" editor john siniff wrote about losing his brother, ted. he wrote this, i knew that he'd been battling debilitating back pain, alcoholism, drug abuse for years. i ache, still as i recall his sad eyes. and we can't keep looking the other way. john joins us live from washington, d.c. thank you for joining us. how are you doing? >> fine, don, thanks for having me on the show and for tackling this topic. >> it is a difficult and emotional topic. tell us about your br
's message into this forum. that's the problem. >> what is the difference than cnn hiring ari fleischer and paul begala when they got out of the clinton administration or thereafter. is it different because most of the voices, with some exception like michael steele are on one side of the spectrum. >> just having one side is bad. i was never crazy about cnn having as many former operatives in those roles. and there's fewer of them now and i'm kind of glad to see that. i don't want those voices. look, they're never, you get to that level of government, howie, you know you're totally never out of government. you know, if you're not lobbying, you're connected. >> talking to all your old friends. fox news has been famously had a lot of potential presidential candidates last time and now herman cain who left the presidential race is the latest commentary. let me play a brief clip of cain talking to bill o'reilly. >> he is so popular because 51% of the voters were misled enough to vote for him. >> oh, come on. >> o'reilly says, come on. >> this is why i like o'reilly sometimes for saying, oh,
minutes here on cnn. >>> a fierce winter storm is headed right for the northeast. parts of vermont, new hampshire, maine and massachusetts can expect up to 10 inches of snow. and rain will soak most of the east coast from washington, d.c. to the south. boston will get a slushy mix of rain and snow. the city still cleaning up after that big blizzard that hit two weeks ago. >>> next, the deadly silence that surrounds suicide. one family's heartbreaking story. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] what's the point of an epa estimated 42 miles per gallon if the miles aren't interesting? the lexus ct hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. progress-oh! [ female announcer ] with 40 delicious progresso soups at 100 calories or less, there are plenty of reasons people are saying "progress-oh!" share your progress-oh! story on facebook. there's nothing like our grilled lobster and lobster tacos. the bar harbor bake is really worth trying. [ male announcer ] get more during red lobster's lobsterfest. with the year's largest selection of mouth-watering lobster entrees. like our delicious lobster lover's d
"state of the union." i'm candy crowley in washington. head to cnn.com/sotu for analysis and the extras. if you missed any part of today's show, find us on itunes. just search state of the union. fareed zakaria "gps" is next for our viewers here in the united states. >>> this is "gps the global public square." welcome to all of you in the united states and around the world, i'm fareed zakaria. >>> it's oscar time. the annual academy awards. many of the nominated films have raised crucial issues about american foreign policy, from the war against al qaeda to the efficacy of torture to our policy against iran. we will talk about these issues confronting us in real life with a panel including the former director of the cia michael hayden. also, iran might be moving toward a nuclear weapon but it seems to be coming apart internally with political infighting that makes washington look positively civilized by comparison. we'll ask two experts to explain what's going on. # >>> why are we being bombarded by meteors and asteroids and what's the difference anyway? i'll talk to our
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your questions. [applause] >> there will be a microphone so raise your hand. because of cnn we will be sure you have the microphone when you start speaking and start with a student question. if you want to give a speech , see me afterwards but if you have a question this is a good time. >> teeeighteen thank you for today. i am a first-year student in grad school you deliberately intentionally went to saudi arabia to emerge self and culture something not many of us would have the opportunity to do. what if anything are they in the realm of public diplomacy for westerners to understand them? >> that is a good question. i think they are giving a few tourist pieces, but not much. i dunno it may exist the student exchanges the u.s. brings them here on the state department jurors and i met a young man who had been very conservative confessed to beating up his brother for listening to music he was of sharia law graduate and came on line in an illegal tour of the u.s. and a complete lee changed his mind. it was the first time i ever knew that a woman could have her head uncovered and n
. that was obtained by cnn and agents got in trouble for texting naked picture explicit message to other employees . another agent was disciplined for going to a massage parlor. when you are given an f.b.i. black berries it is not to text the other woman in the office or send a picture of yourself in a staste undriss. we'll go to the washington bureau chief. oh. yes. that is you exactly. the most amazing picture. that is an adorable shake. >> i could chug thaticate in twos. >> put it in a blender. >> bernie, don't you think that f.b.i. agents would be smart enough not to do this? >> duh, but they're carrying on a tra. jay edgar hoofer wore dress. >> do we know that is true? >> i read in a book. this is a manifestation of a larger societal trend and once considered the society of perverts the sexting is the thing. why talked in the green room and you guys admitted to it. it is. but one word for these people. they are stipped for doing it weiner . thee thee -- anthony weiner. >> walter. you expect them to do better. they are f.b.i. agents. >> i never mythologiize the agents the wape you . exactly, i
morgan, head john stuart, as cnn and we have our old friend here from c-span filming this event so people from the united states can benefit from what you have to say. just to kickstart how did you come up with a fascinating and interesting book "radical" and where does the name come from? >> guest: i think the genesis of the name is interesting that when i first got to d.c. fellow was performing in the most defunct glad -- dysfunctional district in the nation that was a widely known truce. i did things that i thought were obvious for school districts in that state, a closing low performing schools, moving out in the affected employees, cutting the bureaucracy in half and as i was taking these steps people started to say she is a firebrand, a radical, a controversial and i thought really? finally i said if reconnaissance to a dysfunctional system makes me a radical then i am okay without. that was embracing that concept for the name of the book. >> host: some people call you anti-teacher but there are many teachers that are really like you. which is it? to they love you or hate you? >> gu
on "cnn sunday morning" which starts right now. >>> and good morning to you, i'm susan hendricks in this morning for randi kaye. last hour, pope benedict xvi gave his final angelus prayer in front of a massive crowd and also included a personal message. we heard him tell the crowd that he's not abandoning the church and that he's going to spend more time praying and meditating. ben wedemen is at st. peter's square at vatican city. ben, how are people reacting there? >> people are reacted very positively. we had well over 100,000 people in st. peter's square and the area around it, the city of rome had provided additional security, additional buses to bring the people here. there were pilgrims from all over the place. we heard the pope addressing the people in st. peter's square in italian and french and spanish and portuguese and spanish. a very large crowd. when he finished his address in all those language, a very loud applause to pope benedict. he only has five days left before he officially steps down as pope at 8:00 p.m. on the 28th of february. susan? >> ben, are people spe
early this school year and start late in the fall. athena jones, cnn, washington. >> this is just a few moments ago, from the chinese new year. >> a new controversy is rocking the vatican in pope benedict's final days. the report. first published in the rome daily. la repubblica. details an investigation by three cardinals into a network of gay priests that were allegedly blackmailed by a group of male prostitutes. it also contains information on financial wrongdoing within the vatican. the paper then suggests that the pope was so shocked by these findings that he decided to resign. the vatican responded by saying that unverified and false news stories can cause serious damage. adding that the story is an attempt to use public opinion to influence the cardinal's decision in the upcoming election for the new pope. >> to date none of us have actually seen this secret report delivered by the three cardinals to benedict the 16th so it's impossible to say precisely what it contains. on the other hand the claim of this story that the cardinals looked in the possibility that there might be a n
] >> there will be a speaker, a microphone on either i/o. so if you'll just raise your hand, and because of cnn, want to make sure you have the microphone in your hand when you start speaking. we're going to start with this question. if you want to give a speech, and maybe see me afterwards. if you have a question, this is a good time for it. >> thank you so much for today. my name is erin, a first-year student in a grad school. you deliberately, intentionally went to saudi arabia to immerse yourself in a culture, something not many of us will have an opportunity to do. my question for you is what if anything is saudi arabia doing in the realm of public diplomacy to help westerners better understand that? >> that's a good question. what is saudi arabia doing in the realm of public diplomacy i think they are doing a few tourist visas, but not match. and i don't know. it may exist some kind of student exchanges. i know the u.s. rings saudi students here on the state department tours. and i met a young man they are who actually had a very conservative, who confess to beating his brother in the 80s and he was a
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for obstructing an officer. released from jail on thursday night. and now according to cnn, hammer was in a car. he did not own that had an expired registration. when they tapped on the window and asked if he was on parole or probation. he tweeted, "i will not answer his question contrary to his personal beliefs all people of color are not on probation or parole." and an eye opener for his many friends and colleagues. hammer is due in court next month. >>> electrical workers are at a burn unit. they were working when a circuit panel caught fire. suffering first and second-degree burns on 30% of their body. >>> prosecutors have a few days before the statute of limitation runs out in a case involving the electrocution of a pg&e worker. 26-year-old utility lineman martinez died in march of 2010 while working on an underground volt. they blamed pg&e for failing to protect their employees. the utility is currently fighting a $176,000 fan. martinez's girlfriend tells the chronical she wants pg&e held accountable potentially facing criminal charges. pg&e says they have increased training and insists t
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